Monthly Archives: April 2017

He Says He Has No Time

I remember one time in college I was taking a class in the Theory of Structures taught by someone who had been born and raised in the Vojvodina part of Serbia.  At some point during the semester I had arranged … Continue reading

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Book Review: Toxic Leadership

Toxic Leadership:  5 People Churches Should Never Hire, by Tobin Perry From time to time [1] I like to read books about church leadership and how it is viewed from a somewhat worldly perspective.  There are a wide variety of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Writing For The Magazines

Writing For The Magazines, by J. Berg Esenwein Every once in a while [1] I enjoy reading about writing, and particularly those writings that are geared towards writers with a mind toward publication and profit.  Being a writer whose efforts … Continue reading

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Young Josiah

Earlier this week I got a brief message from our choir director that told us we had no choir practice and encouraged us to enjoy our week off.  As is my fashion, I felt it necessarily to reply somewhat cheekishly … Continue reading

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Restaurant Review: The Peppermill (Aloha, OR)

I don’t make it my general habit to review restaurants [1], but as it happens, this one is a request.  As I was sitting on my bed hungry and headachy towards the end of a fast this evening, I pondered … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Philosophy Of Jesus

The Philosophy Of Jesus, by Peter Kreeft This is a good book, even a great book, but not a perfect book.  This author [1] gets as close to one can of a great many truths about God as one can … Continue reading

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Book Review: A Little Book For New Philosophers

A Little Book For New Philosophers, by Paul Copan When one reads a book, even a book as little as this one (about 120 pages and small enough to fit in a pocket), one has to ask what motive the … Continue reading

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The Night Is Just A Shadow Falling On You

Today I saw a story showing on my social media that discussed the arrest of a husband and wife for female genital mutilation, a social custom quite popular in certain backwards areas of the world and with their refugee populations … Continue reading

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Book Review: Angry Birds Star Wars Character Encyclopedia

Angry Birds Star Wars Character Encyclopedia, by Steve Bynghall and Glenn Dakin Do you like Angry Birds?  Do you like Star Wars [1]?  Do you find the idea of these two being mashed together like the Lego Batman Movie to … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Ultimate Official Guide To Club Penguin

The Ultimate Official Guide To Club Penguin, by Katherine Noll Have you ever heard of Club Penguin, an online community for flightless bird-loving young people?  Me neither, despite my general familiarity with age inappropriate entertainment [1].  I have to admit, … Continue reading

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